Cat food help?

(4 Posts)
neonrainbow Sun 28-Aug-16 12:04:16

I've got a 9 year old ragdoll and she has been on whiskas dry food since she was a kitten and always done very well on it. Lately it seems it doesn't agree with her and she keeps bringing it back up. Because of her breed she gets hairballs and now I'm wondering if i should put her onto senior/hairball food? If so does anyone have any experience of such? I don't mind paying more for a decent brand but i don't know what might be best. She's not over or under weight. She also has a tin of gourmet gold in two meals each day.

Tillylils Sun 28-Aug-16 17:17:06

I don't know what is the best, but my cat always loved Purrina One. She loved the dry and wet food and they do senior, sensitive stomach and indoor cat versions.

neonrainbow Sun 28-Aug-16 17:20:02

I'm glad you said that as i picked up a small bag of purina today to see if she likes it smile

RubbishMantra Sun 28-Aug-16 18:51:55

Royal Canin do an anti-furball food.

Here you go.

Do you groom her daily, so she doesn't ingest so much fur? That will help out a floofy cat.

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